Replace Hazelwood campaign

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The Replace Hazelwood campaign is calling on Victorian and Federal Governments to commit to replace Hazelwood with Clean Energy by 2012.[1]

Hazelwood is Australia’s dirtiest power station, and one of the dirtiest in the world.

A report released on Monday 17 May 2010 stated that Hazelwood power station could be replaced as soon as the end of 2012, cutting Victoria’s greenhouse pollution by 12 percent and creating hundreds more jobs than it currently provides.

Climate action groups are conducting a doorknocking campaign in their local areas to raise resident's awareness of the opportunity to close Hazelwood and replace it with clean energy.

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References

  1. Replace Hazelwood campaign
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